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B.C. and Alberta lead the way on e-bikes and scooters

Go west for the last mile. 

When it comes to shared micro-mobility—rentals of mini electric vehicles—Richmond, Vernon and Kelowna in B.C., as well as Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge, St. Albert, Okotoks and Cochrane in Alberta, are the closest to having “advanced” systems that embrace pedestrians, invest in infrastructure and innovate, according to a new EY Canada report

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